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Treat-Witherspoon House, 25 Clarissa Street, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Treat-Witherspoon House, 25 Clarissa Street, Rochester, Monroe County, NY



Significance: This small Greek Revival house, demolished in 1968, was located just outside the once fashionable Third Ward. The few remaining early 19th century houses reflect the architectural styles of the adjacent section, although on a smaller scale.
Survey number: HABS NY-5659
Building/structure dates: 1835 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Treat, Ellery S
Witherspoon, Samuel F


Accord (N.Y.)43.14833, -77.61875
Google Map of 43.1483312, -77.61874879999999


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